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This RePEc Biblio topic is edited by Yuri Fyodar Maksimenko Sr.. It was first published on 2013-04-08 09:27:53 and last updated on 2017-04-30 02:26:24.

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Economics is an obscure notion. For many people it is just a money game and there is a lot of various kinds of the game which seem to engulf all aspects of our life. But behind these games there are physical and spiritual processes which implement the real goals of the games and astonish people with unexpected outcomes manifesting the existence of a phantom system which in reality is an unconceivable and holistic living organism. It's a matter of fact that people strive to be happy but their efforts result in overwhelming sufferings. The people search and find the ways to minimize sufferings but the economy replies to their doings with new sufferings. It appears that the economy obeys its own laws and pursues its own goals. It lives a life of its own according to some law. And the science has to answer the question: "What is the law that governs the economy?".

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